UNT System Wi-Fi

Welcome to the Official UNT System Wi-Fi Site

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We’re constantly looking to the future to provide you with the best Wi-Fi experience today.

Need help connecting?

Start by downloading the eduroam installer and connecting with eduroam.

If you prefer to use Eaglenet or Jagnet (UNT Dallas), take a look at Wi-Fi connection help.

Some Android cellphones require a domain to connect

If your Android cellphone is asking for a domain name to sign in to Eaglenet or Jagnet, enter unt.edu for the domain name.

News and Announcements

New Wi-Fi Coverage Areas:

We are currently designing, planning, and implementing the expansion of our Wi-Fi network in future campus buildings and locations.

General Information

Areas Served

IT Shared Services extensive Wi-Fi network includes:

IT Shared Services Wireless Technology and Speed

The UNT System enterprise wireless network accepts 802.11a/g/n along with 802.11ac. The network utilizes state-of-the-art wireless access points capable of handling speeds above 100 Mbps; however, your actual speed and system throughput will vary depending on your location in a building, the number of other people using the network, and the type of equipment you are using.

Preferred Methods of Connectivity

UNT — Secure (802.1x authentication and AES encryption) Provides access to campus academic resources and the internet provides a secure connection over the air. Provided at all UNT locations and works the same at all locations once configured on your device. See our Wi-Fi connection help.

Eduroam — Secure (802.1x authentication and AES encryption) Provides access to some local resources and the Internet. Authenticates visiting students, researchers, faculty, and staff with their credentials from their respective institutions world-wide. Students, faculty, and staff use their UNT credentials at other participating sites. See our eduroam page.

We will phase out legacy methods of connectivity in the future.

Eaglenet and Jagnet are open wireless connections with no encryption. Users select this SSID and open a web browser. You are directed to a captive portal to allow you to enter your credentials.

IT Shared Services doesn’t support: